Lohmann Joins Cal Softball Program as Assistant Coach

Sept. 1, 2005

BERKELEY - Tammy Lohmann has been named assistant softball coach at the University of California. Lohmann joined the Golden Bear softball program on Aug. 8 after serving as an assistant coach for three seasons at Wisconsin.

Lohmann returns to the Pac-10, where she competed for Arizona State from 1992-97. A two-time all-conference selection at Arizona State, Lohmann was named ASU Softball Freshman of the Year, was a member of the Student-Athlete Committee in 1995 and served as team captain during the 1997 season.

Before coaching at Wisconsin, Lohmann served as an assistant softball coach at Bradley University from 1999-02.

Lohmann earned her bachelor's degree in family resources and human development from Arizona State in 1997. She then began training with Sun Devil baseball coach Pat Murphy in preparation for a professional baseball career.

During the summer of 1998, Lohmann was a pitcher and shortstop for the Arizona Peppers in the Ladies Professional Baseball League. She played the same positions during the 1998 USA Women's Baseball National Tournament, helping the Arizona Angels to a runner-up finish.

Lohmann earned her master's degree in human service administration from Bradley in December 2002.

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